By Ken Hissner: On the Dignity Well being Sports activities Park, at Carson, California, Saturday over Showtime, TGB Promotions – Tom Brown and Sampson Boxing – Sampson Lewkowicz current within the Principal Occasion interim WBA World Tremendous Featherweight champion Ranked No. 1 Chris “Primetime” Colbert simply defeated Tugstsogt “King Tug” Nyambayer.
Within the co-feature former USBA Light-weight champion and No. 11 ranked IBF Michel “La Zarza Ali” Rivera got here off the canvas to knockout WBC Latino Light-weight champion Jon Fernandez in 8 rounds.
Within the Principal Occasion interim WBA World Tremendous Featherweight champion Chris “Primetime” Colbert, 16-0 (6), #130, of Brooklyn, NY, dominated late sub Tugstsogt “King Tug” Nyambayer, 12-2 (9), #129 ½, of Mongolia and L.A., CA, over 12 rounds.
Within the first six rounds Colbert dominated along with his hand and foot pace outworking Nyambayer. Within the tenth spherical one which Colbert predicted a stoppage he got here out firing within the first minute. Within the twelfth and closing spherical Colbert continued to dominate in a lopsided battle.
Scores had been 117-111, 118-110 twice with this author 119-109. Referee was Thomas Taylor
Within the co-feature Light-weight Michel “La Zarza Ali” Rivera, 21-0 (14), #134 ½, of DR and Miami, FL, knocked out Jon “Jonfer” Fernandez, 21-2 (28), #135, of Madrid, Bilbao, Spain, at 0:44 of the eighth spherical of a scheduled 12 rounds, WBA eliminator.
Within the first spherical a proper uppercut from Rivera on the chin of Fernandez snapped his head again inside the ultimate minute of the spherical. Within the third spherical Rivera rocked Fernandez twice with rights to the chin within the first minute of the spherical.
Within the sixth spherical a proper from Fernandez on the chin and down went Rivera midway via the spherical taking an 8-count from referee Jack Reiss. Within the eighth spherical a strong proper from Rivera on the aspect of the top of Fernandez and down he went face first to the canvas for the depend of referee Reiss. All 3 judges had Rivera forward.
Tremendous Feather Angel Alejandro, 10-0 (4), #131, of Dallas, TX, defeated southpaw Rudy Ochoa, 10-1 (5), #129 ½, of Oxnard, CA, over 8 rounds.
Scores had been 79-73, 80-72 and 78-74.
Feather Shon Mondragon, 7-0 (2), #125 ¼, f Commerce Metropolis, CO, gained a majority resolution over Jose “El Mudo” Perez, 9-2-1 (4), #125 ¾, of Oak Hills, PA, over 6 rounds.
Scores had been 58-56 and 57-57 twice.
Tremendous Feather Daniel Garcia, 2-0 (2), #128 ¾, of Westminster, CO, knocked out Gabe Sandoval, 1-1 (1), #130, of Las Cruces, NM, within the second spherical of a scheduled 4 rounds.
Tremendous Bantam Rajon Likelihood, 5-0 (5), #122, of East Orange, NJ, knocked out Marco Lara, 0-2 (0), #119 ¾, of Memphis, TN, at 1:32 of the primary of a scheduled 4 rounds.
Within the first spherical Lar’s nook stopped battle forcing referee Ray Corona to halt the battle.
Light-weight Anthony Cuba, 2-0-1 (1), #134 ½, of Fontana, CA, gained a majority resolution over William Flenoy, 0-2 (0), #133, of Fresno, CA, 4 rounds.
Scores had been 40-36, 38-38 and 39-37.